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TOWN COUNCILS AND THE BALLOT.

TOWN COUNCILS AND THE BALLOT.

The following is the substance of a letter to tlie Provost of Jedburgh, from the Hon. VV. F. Camp- bell, M.P., on town councils ancl the ballot : — ?? Sir, —However great the apathy on organic change, when the Government of the day propose to alter the Re- form Act, the long ;ig
February 13, 1860 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
WEEKLYCOMMUNICATION to the UNITED STATES and CANADA Direct, from Liverpool, via Port- land, U.S.— The MONTREAL OCEAN STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S

WEEKLYCOMMUNICATION to the UNITED STATES and CANADA Direct, from Liverpool, via Port- land, U.S.— The MONTREAL OCEAN STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S

first-class, full-powerod, Clyde-built, Royal MaU Steamers (under contract with her Majesty's Provincial Government and the United °ta&e Government Tor the conveyance of the mails) are intended to be dispatched from Liverpool as under :— ANGLO-SAXON, Wednesday, Feb. 16. NOVA SCO
February 13, 1860 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE STANDARD.

THE STANDARD.

February 13, 1860 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
_.cf«.g— c.MR. AND MRS. O HEED'S ENTER..TAINMENT.

_.cf«.g— c.MR. AND MRS. O HEED'S ENTER..TAINMENT.

_.cf«.g— c MR. AND MRS. O HEED'S ENTER. TAINMENT. These clever artists continue to give their popular enter- tainment to well-filled houses, and tho impression created by the numerous impersonations of Mr. and Mrs. Reod does not appear in the least weakened, even though Our Boms
February 13, 1860 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE OF SATURDAY.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE OF SATURDAY.

MANSION-HOUSE, kljww JJ €< FoRGEBY.— James Ingram, porter, was br -idfetyt rsp fot further examination, on a charge of forging and uttering a cheque tor 12Ut, witlT intent to defraud tho governor and company of the Bank of Eugland.— lt had be«n previously deposed that he present
February 13, 1860 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
Live and dead farming stock, FURNITURE, &c. GEORGE EADON is instructed by Mrs. Hobson to SELL by AUCTION, on the

Live and dead farming stock, FURNITURE, &c. GEORGE EADON is instructed by Mrs. Hobson to SELL by AUCTION, on the

Premises as above, on Wednesday, Feb. 15th, at Eleven o’Clock, THE FARMING STOCK, Comprising excellent Brown Mare. Darling,’ In-foal to Waxwork, seven years old; two Cows, just Calving; two Cows, In-calf for April; one Cow, la-calf for September; one Calf, seven months old; Whea
February 13, 1860 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FRANCE. THE Emperor Napoleon does not seem to be alarmed at the contents the Pope's encyclical letter, since he permitted it to be read all the Churches in Paris on Sunday. It was read also in the private Chapel of the Tuileries. The Steele of Monday complains of the obtrusion o
February 13, 1860 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM BANKRUPTCY COURT.

BIRMINGHAM BANKRUPTCY COURT.

Monday, Feb. 6.—Before C. Waterfield, Esq., Registrar.— ln re Ellis and Son, Atherstone and Nottinghatr, scaleboard-makers.- Mr. Bonworth, of Kingston-upon-Hull, timber merchant, was ap. pointed trade assignee, at the request of Mr. Harris, from tbe of Mr. Rcece. In the matter o
February 13, 1860 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Messrs. O. and H. PKIDHAM, Solicitors, Son Fire and Life Offices, A then se um Lane, Plymouth. 1860.

Messrs. O. and H. PKIDHAM, Solicitors, Son Fire and Life Offices, A then se um Lane, Plymouth. 1860.

Messrs. O. and H. PKIDHAM, Solicitors, Son Fire and Life Offices, then se Lane, Plymouth. 1860. Dated 26th Jc TO PARTIES FURNISHING. Mr. s. c. parkhouse, Auctioneer, of the MART, Plymouth, Is constantly making advances on every description of Household Furniture; Plate; Bedding;
February 13, 1860 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
So ttef.

So ttef.

ttef. ST. IVES HOTEL TO LET.—lmmediate possession may be bad in the usual way. Apply to John TBssnuzz., Agar Crescent, Redruth. COUNTRY TO BE LET, situated about three miles from Plymouth and Devonport, with or without Land. —Address, C.A., Western Morning Newt Office. RUSSELL ST
February 13, 1860 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England